Chris I use about the same as everyone else mentioned, a 24 in the TS, 60 for cross cuts in the miter, 40 for general cross cutting. I think craftsman sells zero clearance throat plates for your TS. I'd recommend those when cutting veneer plywoods to help prevent chip-out.
Using the 80 tooth in the TS will cause a lot of burning and make using it un-enjoyable. Give the 24 a go in it and you'll be a lot happier, probably wouldn't recommend anything much higher than a 40 when ripping and would probably only use it on plywood if you do.
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